Education Program

15 April 2016

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Exhibition

From 15 April 2016, BAK hosts a temporary exhibition, entirely developed by fourth-year pupils from the pre-university Oosterlicht College in Nieuwegein.

Supported by their own Arts and Art History teachers, an educator from the BAK team, and two visual artists, the pupils put themselves in the positions of artists, curators, producers, and other roles in an art institution, in order to experience the process leading up to an exhibition from start to finish.

In two exhibition projects, they focus on questions of identity, migration, and the Dutch relationship to asylum seekers and refugee shelters.

Projects

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Community Portal

13 October 2022

De Voorkamer: Perspectives

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Community Portal

5 October 2022, 19.00-21.00

De Voorkamer: Community Dinner

BAK Community Portal hosts...

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Screening

7 October 2022

Asian Movie Night: Ushiku

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Education Program

15 November–13 December 2022

Toward the Not-Yet: Art as Public Practice (BAK Studies)

BAK Studies: Toward the Not-Yet: Art as Public Practice. This module of BAK Studies builds on the learnings from two projects: Trainings for the Not-Yet (20192020), convened by artist Jeanne van Heeswijk and BAK as “an exhibition as a series of trainings for a future of being together otherwise,” and the publication Toward the Not-Yet: Art as Public Practice (2021).